Crystal Palace have completed the deadline day signing of Welsh international goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey from League One outfit Wolves for an undisclosed fee, according to Sky Sports.
Hennessey had spent time on loan at Yeovil earlier this season but has struggled to re-establish himself since returning to Molineux, and has signed a three-and-a-half year contract at Selhurst Park.
Hennessey had spent his whole career as a Wolves pla...More
Wolves are closing in on the capture of Bolton full-back Sam Ricketts, with new boss Kenny Jackett keen to be reunited with the 31-year-old at Molineaux, according to Sky Sports.
The transfer, which is said to be in the six-figure department, will be confirmed once Ricketts has undergone a medical at Wolves, with the process scheduled for Wednesday.
This will be the second time that Jackett has signed Ricketts, having swooped to si...More
BBC Sporthas confirmed the departure of Dean Saunders as manager of Wolves after just four months in the dugout at Molineux.
The former Liverpool and Galatasaray forward has had a miserable time in charge of the Midlands side, collecting just 20 points in 20 Championship matches since succeeding Stale Solbakken in January.
His win ratio of just 25 per cent is worse on the Norwegian’s reign, and relegation to the third tier of Englis...More
Wolverhampton Wanderers' new home and away strips for the 2013/14 season, produced by Puma, have been revealed.
The home kit stays loyal to the clubs' traditional black and gold colours with the away kit in blue. Both kits feature Wolves' new main sponsor What House? emblazoned on the front. The online house search company signed a lucrative two-year deal with Wolves earlier in the month to become the main shirt sponsors with the co...More
Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Stephen Ward insists that defeat in next Saturday's match with Burnley would mean relegation for the men from Molineux, according to the Birmingham Mail.
Wolves currently sit 22nd, in the relegation zone and level on points with both Barnsley and Peterborough United, who are currently outside the bottom three on goal difference. And the importance of next week's match with Burnley if Wolves are to av...More
Mick McCarthy has revealed that the presence of Terry Connor as his assistant manager at Ipswich Town has made his job with the Championship club a little easier. But McCarthy does not expect Connor to remain his assistant for long.
Connor had a brief taste of management after replacing McCarthy at Wolverhampton Wanderers, having previously acted as McCarthy’s assistant at Molineux before the manager was sacked with Wolves’ Premier L...More
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